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2 Killer Home Theater Projectors: Sony VPL-VW675ES, Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 5040UB

Sony VPL-VW675ES/ VPL-VW550ES Unboxing 4K Projector

Today we unboxed the Sony VPL-VW675ES 4K Home theater projector. This retails for $15000 and is promising to be a heavy hitter in the projector game with ...

Epson Home Cinema 5040UB presented by Projector Reviews TV

Here at ProjectorReviews.com, we took a look this Epson Home Cinema 5040UB and Pro Cinema 6040UB projectors and awarded them our Hot Product Award ...

The latest TVs are gorgeously slim. But a richly colored layer of photons is downright ethereal.

Sony VPLVW675ES Native 4K HDR 3D SXRD Home Theater Projector (2016 Model)

$14,998.00
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Features

  • Screen Size Range: 42-85 inches from 8 feet; 62-126 inches from 12 feet, 83-167 inches from 16 feet
  • Resolution: Full 4K (4096 x 2160)
  • White Brightness: 1800 Lumens; Color Brightness: 1800 Lumens; Calibrated Brightness (cinema 1 mode): N/A
  • Contrast Ratio: 350,000:1;; Lens Shift: Vertical +85%/- 80%; Horizontal +/- 31%
  • Warranty: 3 Year Limited

Epson Home Cinema 5040UB 1080p 3D 3LCD Home Theater Projector with 4K Enhancement, HDR and Wide Color Gamut

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Features

  • 4K Enhancement Technology - accepts 4K input and supports HDCP 2.2 for truly immersive scenes with 4K content.
  • HDR compatible - enjoy HDR content, with an extremely wide range of brightness levels for images bursting with real-life color.
  • Bright - ideal for a variety of lighting conditions, the projector has: Color Brightness: 2,500 lumens and White Brightness: 2,500 lumens.
  • Expansive color gamut - get brilliant, color-rich performance that displays the entire sRGB color space, plus DCI in Digital Cinema Mode.
  • Dramatic Ultra Black levels - an improved iris design delivers up to a 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
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